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Reviewed 7 December 2014 via mobile

Stayed there on night.Got a suite of two rooms.Clean , nice furnitures and quite.
Forgot a sweater which they sent to me in Sweden.
The price of the room was OK.
Recomend Don Juan.
The town of Alarcon is worth a visit. There are a couple of realy good restaurants.

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Reviewed 26 November 2012

Granted, I wanted to SEE Alarcon's Parador/Castle so had planned to stay nearby. When we couldn't FIND the Booking.com place I'd hoped to locate (in the dusk of evening) 12 kilometer from the centre of Alarcon, we happened upon Juan Carlos, himself, coming out of the bar. He happily showed us the basic room in this very newly renovated or built 'Hostal' and we settled on the price of 60E including breakfast. This was less than 1/3 of what the Parador was charging for simply a ROOM (no breakfast), and did not involve hunting down something outside the castle proper. He also recommended the fabulous La Cabana which is reviewed separately. He asked when we wanted breakfast and w/o thinking of how EARLY this is in Spain, had the poor man up at 8 a.m. making us a simple continental breakfast of coffee, juice, toast, and muffins in his bar/cafe in the square.
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Address: Callejon Villena 4, 16214 Alarcon, Spain
Region: Spain > Castile-La Mancha > Province of Cuenca > Alarcon
Number of rooms: 5
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“We were first up a short flight of stairs from the lobby, Room 1 (101)? One could hear another 'tennant' leaving in the morning (door and down the stair ways) which might, at 'peak period' have been a problem. Ask for the quietest room and let Mr. Martinez sort out whether this means climbing another small flight of stairs to one that would be if you're a late sleeper”
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